My Very Own Apple Cider Pinakurat (Filipino Spicy Vinegar Dip)

Sunday, September 20, 2015


How's your weekend guys? hope everything is well. I know I have been in a hiatus for a while and as much as I have promised to keep updates, life is just so much that I can only do one thing at a time ;) but one thing for sure... I might be away from my blog for awhile, it won't be that long ;) 

Anyways, I am very excited and finally feels like I am on my feet finally. Well, as you may have known, I have already been back teaching for a while now, not full time, but still.... and I have recently...went back to night school to finish grad-school... takin' up where I left off ;) almost there...and no more baby steps this time... oohooh yeah! I am still the woman I used to be and it feels oooh so good to know that. I know I have to admit... it felt so good to be in that comfort zone for a while but I have to realized that... this is life, we just have to get back on the saddle and rodeo like this is our last ride.


Well anyways, since I got zero and hit a writers block these past few days, I just decided to share my very own homemade spicy vinegar dip. It is a Filipino spicy vinegar use as dip for anything like grilled fish, salads, spring rolls etc. I specially love the smell of the blended spices and yup it totally smells like being home. 

So here's what I do to make my own version of it. I chopped some garlic, onions, chili pepper and ginger.


Put it in a container and pour in the apple cider. In the Philippines we best use the coconut vinegar but since I don't have it hear  here, I just use the regular apple cider or the organic one. Whatever is available.


And there you got some ready to use dip for a more appetizing Filipino or not... meal. Have a wonderful weekend everyone and I promised to be back with more post that actually makes sense ;)


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3 comments

  1. Aha! You're a genius! I am so making my pinaka rat too. Thank you for sharing. And girl, rock that saddle! Xoxo

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  2. Aha! You're a genius! I am so making my pinaka rat too. Thank you for sharing. And girl, rock that saddle! Xoxo

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    1. I know. right? I miss it so much I just needed to improvise ;) taste a little like the original pinakurat. I also made spring rolls to go with it :) You can try making one and please let me know if the little one and the hubs like it. :) hugs and kisses dear!

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